The following are notes from the Jaguars' 21-20 loss to the Cleveland Browns.
• Marlon McCree tied two Jaguars single-season records with his interception in the first half. McCree has six interceptions and a total of six takeaways this season, tying marks set by Aaron Beasley in 1999. McCree also moved into a tie for third place on the team's career interceptions list with seven.
• Jimmy Smith moved into sole possession of 19th place on the NFL's all-time receptions list, passing Hall of Famer Charley Taylor. Smith has caught 651 passes in his career.
• Fred Taylor (145 yards rushing) reached the 100-yard mark for the fifth time this season and for the 23rd time in his career. Taylor has rushed for 1,153 yards this season. His 44-yard touchdown run in the third quarter is his longest since the second game of the season.
• Rookie linebacker Akin Ayodele made his first career interception in the fourth quarter.
• Sunday's attendance of 46,267 is the smallest of the season at Alltel Stadium and the second-smallest (9-17-00 vs. Cincinnati) home crowd in Jaguars history.